A Taste of Harmony – Celebrating Cultural Diversity in the Workplace. Australia. Mar 2020

I am proud to be a Hero Ambassador once again in 2020 for A Taste of Harmony, which recognises and celebrates cultural diversity in the workplace.

Join me in taking part by encouraging your team mates at work to bring a plate of food representing their cultural background. Let’s start these important conversations and learn more about our colleagues! Food is such a wonderful way to start a conversation, it’s the glue that keeps us together.

The campaign is funded by The Scanlon Foundation, whose annual Social Cohesion Mapping Surveys have uncovered some remarkable facts: In Australia, we come from over 300 countries and speak over 200 languages; 27% of the population were born in another country and approximately 20% of Australians have experienced discrimination based on their skin colour, ethnicity or religion and one of the most common places is in the workplace.

This important initiative gives Australian businesses the opportunity to recognise and celebrate cultural diversity for a healthier and more inclusive work environment.

Click here for my Cauliflower 65 recipe from Tasting India, gently spiced, easy to prepare and ideal for the lunch table.

You can register your event by visiting tasteofharmony.org.au
#ATOH20

  • location

    Australia

  • Dates

    16 Mar - 27 Mar 2020

  • Price

    Free

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